Evolution and Core Processes in Gene Regulation

An ASBMB Special Symposium

June 25-28, 2015 Washington University, St. Louis, MO 
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Poster Presentation Board Dimensions:  8 feet wide by 4 feet tall.  The entire board face surface is available for each poster presenter.  Poster pins will be provided.  

Organizers:
      Sponsors include:    
Arnosti David   Fay Justin Zeitlinger Julia  BEACON
 
David Arnosti
Michigan State
University 
 
Justin Fay
Washington
University,
St. Louis 
Julia Zeitlinger
Stowers Institute
for Medical Research   
GenScript      
GeneExpressionGroup UMich
 NEB
 
   
  WashUStLouis
IntegratedDNATech
 
   
PLOSGenetics UIowaJPEG    

"Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution” –T. Dobzhansky

The ability to survive and reproduce exerts considerable evolutionary pressure on diverse biological processes, and perhaps none more so than gene expression, a central hub of life. Many molecular studies have illustrated ways in which cis-regulatory elements are key players in evolutionary innovations.  Read more...

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